Doctors of chiropractic and other health care providers can embark on a journey of compassion in care when Life University hosts an online 10-week Compassionate Integrity Training course beginning on May 20, 2019.
The course will help participants develop greater self-compassion, compassion for others and build compassionate systems.
“When we cultivate our ability to calm our bodies and minds; deal effectively with our emotions; and treat others with kindness, dignity and compassion, we have the ability to experience greater well-being, improve our relationships with others and create a better world,” organizers said in a release. “How can we learn these skills? Compassionate Integrity Training (CIT) is a great place to start.”
CIT is a resiliency-informed program that cultivates human values as skills, so participants can thrive as individuals, and a society, within a healthy environment. By learning skills to calm bodies and minds, participants can become more emotionally aware, learn to practice compassion for themselves and others, as well as engage with compassion in complex systems, building toward compassionate integrity — the ability to live one’s life in accordance with one’s values with a recognition of common humanity, our basic orientation to kindness and reciprocity.
The online course will include large and small group discussions, experiential learning activities, reflective writing activities, mindful dialogues and contemplative practices. This is an opportunity to be part of a global community of like-minded individuals who want to learn more about self-cultivation, relating to others and engaging in systems.
So that all might attend regardless of means, registration for the Compassionate Integrity Training is based on what participants can afford.
To learn more or to register go to www.compassionateintegrity.org/cit-online-course-registration/.